It takes a lot of time and planning to create something that emphasizes ephemerality, but for Kim, the rush is the point. “I can’t stand music that progresses slowly, entertainment that progresses slowly,” he says. “So making a mashup is like putting together this huge, huge puzzle — getting just all the best parts and putting them together in a way that the listener doesn’t have to just endure through boring filler parts, but they can get just the best pieces of everything.
— Daniel Kim
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